Homewood Suites by Hilton Austin / Round Rock
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... then tucked it under my left hip. If anyone noticed, they didn't let on, and I will continue to choose to believe I dodged a bullet. And my image suffered a little because you could kinda tell I wasn't wearing a mustache any more after that. But the one neat thing about kids is that since they believe, there's a very real possibility that they wouldn't question.
The first of the dozen events ended well enough and I received some positive feedback ...
... mistakes from the start and along the way i.e picking the hottest summer in over 100 years, not doing the correct training, pretty much doing no planning something i always seem to do, bad planner! But all of this meant the trip meant more, we learnt so much in such a short space of time and we adapted well, there were times on the trip where i questioned why we were doing it, what was the point, and i only really answered those questions when i reached New Zealand, it had ...
... phew!! Then... and so on!! As we were eating there was a massive downpour and lightnings outside but it had stopped by the time we had finished btw. So the conference held an opening party at this nearby bar. Me and Marcus went there as Pelle had to go back to the hotel. :/ At the bar they had free drinks and we talled to some interesting people and there were even a swede there! :D At around 10 pm we headed back to the hotel and tomorrow the exhibition continues... ...
... and some iced tea later I was ready to face the stifling heat once more, but I couldn’t do so in peace as I was approached at the lights by a deaf man holding a card saying he was ‘deaf and Hungary,’ I apologised for not having any spare change and wondered if I’d have been more generous if he’d spelt hungry correctly. Probably not.
I suppose I should have felt guilty as I did have some money and proceeded to spend it on a ...
... others from June 11-26. I’m excited to be able to share this with my husband and thrilled to see how LBOM has changed in the last decade. What I know is:
- LBOM has now been serving people in Botswana and Southern Africa for over 23 years
- Important parts of LBOM’s ministry includes – education, church development, HIV/AIDS prevention and care and economic ...